At Lomac, our friendly, experienced, qualified instructors and ground staff will help you with your flying and ground school programme of activities towards gaining your licence. You can obtain one of the following licences/ratings through our affordable and comprehensive flying packages. These can be suited to each individual students needs. We also cater for the qualified pilot in furthering his knowledge and ability with advanced flying in gaining further ratings to add to his initial licence.
The part time Private Pilot Licence course is designed to allow the student to achieve the licence at their own pace. It is recommended that lessons be taken at least once every two weeks however this is not mandatory. Pilots will be trained to the level of practical flying and theoretical knowledge required by the Civil Aviation Authority for issue of a Private Pilot Licence. Lomac Aviators Ltd offers PPL training 7 days per week including Bank Holidays.
The duration of the course is at the individual student’s discretion.
The requirements of the course:
– Minimum 45 hours flight training;
– Full pre-flight and post-flight briefings;
– Ground school studies (self learning);
– PPL Theoretical knowledge examinations all taken at Liverpool John Lennon Airport;
– Radiotelephony practical test;
– PPL Skill test.
The duration of the course depends on the students ability, aircraft serviceability and flying weather restrictions. The quoted hours and prices are on the basis of the minimum hours required for the issue of the rating or licence. Additional charges will be made for any retakes of any theory or practical exams. The CAA charges are in addition to the total cost shown. There will be a cancellation charge of £20 for any missed slot times in the programme that are not notified to the club with at least 24hrs notice. All prices may be subject to change within short notice.
Course Fees – Call for quote
The intensive course for the Private Pilots Licence has been set out to allow the student to achieve the licence as quickly as possible. Pilots attending the course will be trained to the level of practical flying and theoretical knowledge required by the Civil Aviation Authority for issue of the licence.
The Course Students would be required to attend Lomac Aviators Ltd Training Facility between 0900hrs and 1700hrs 5 days per week, one of which may be at the weekend.
Duration of Course
Approximately 5-6 weeks, dependant on weather, aircraft serviceability.
The Course requirements
– 45 hours flight training
– Full pre- and post-flight briefings
– Ground school studies (self-learning)
– PPL Theoretical knowledge examinations all taken at Lomac Aviators Ltd Liverpool JLA
– Radiotelephony practical test
– PPL Skill test
Further training beyond the 45 hours is charged at the normal dual rate
Payment can be on a pay as you go basis or discounted block booking with a £200 non-refundable deposit on booking to confirm a place on the course
Aircraft hire for the skills test is not included and charged at the normal dual rate
The duration of the course depends on, the students ability. aircraft serviceability. flying weather restrictions. The quoted hours and prices are on the basis of the minimum hours required for the issue of the rating or licence. Additional charges will be made for any retakes of ant theory or practical exams. The CAA charges are in addition to the total costs shown. There will be a cancellation charge of £20 for any missed slot times in the programme that are not notified to the club with at least 24 hours notice. All prices may be subject to change at short notice.
Course Fees – Call for quote and individual package prices
This is a two-part course. The first to improve the existing skills of the pilot and also to show other methods and flying manoeuvers.
The second, to facilitate further training and improve the pilots skill levels, increasing confidence and expanding the knowledge of the PPL holder.
The course is designed to build on the existing pilots flying awareness, his aircraft handling, captaincy skills, and his ability to make decisions.
Finishing the course is not mandatory, different parts of the course can be done separately. The training has been designed to allow the pilot to improve and further his piloting skills in the aviation environment.
Basic Instrument Flight, unusual attitudes and recoveries, Radio Navigation, Instrument appreciation and failures.
Additional stalling and recovery training – improving the techniques of reducing height loss. Slow flight manoeuvres.
Alternative methods of EFATO, Aborted take-off procedures, Circuit emergencies, Precision practice forced landings using various techniques.
Flight through controlled airspace including the option to land away at another airfield.
General handling (Advanced) spiral dive recovery, max rate turns, emergency descent, side slipping.
Precision landing & circuits, bad weather circuits, eExpeditious circuit joins, constant aspect approach, short soft field take-off landings, grass strip appreciation techniques and operations.
Spinning: Basic spin awarenes including incipient spinning, and standard spin recovery.
All hours and prices that are quoted are based on minimum requirements for the issue of the licence or ratings. The duration of the courses are dependent on weather constraints, aircraft availability through servicing requirements and the students ability.
Additional charges will be made for re-sits on any theory or practical exams.
Prices may be subject to change at short notice.
Course Fees – Call for quote
Training in PA 38
Minimum hours requirement of 30 hours.
More may be required to attain test standards.
All Exams are of multiple choice and can be taken at the GA
The LAPL is limited to VFR Flying only
Price on application
The Flight Instructor Course covers the instruction and all the flight exercises in the syllabuses including all briefings and pre-flight teaching techniques of presenting and also teaching and theory. The training is from Lomac’s base at the GA Section of LJLA and is a five day week course during Lomac’s operating hours. Weekends can be arranged with prior notice and subject to operational constraints.
Entry requirements pre-course
FCL. 915 FI Prerequisites
An applicant for an FIC Certificate shall:
(A) In the case of the FI(A)
(1) Have received at least 10 hrs of instrument flight instruction on the appropriate
aircraft category, of which not more than 5 hrs may be instrument ground time
In a FSTD.
(2) Have completed 20 hrs of VFR cross-country flight on the appropriate aircraft
category as PIC: and
(B) Additionally, for the FI (A)
(1) Hold at least a CPL (A): or
(2) Hold at least a PPL (A) and have:
(i) Met the requirements for CPL theoretical knowledge (Except for an FI (A)
providing training for the LAPL (A) only)
(ii) Completed at least 200 hrs of flight time on aeroplanes or TMGs of which 150 hrs
(3) Have completed at least 30hrs on single engine piston powered aeroplanes of which
at least 5 hrs shall have been completed during the 6 months preceding the
pre-entry flight test set out in FCL.930. FI(a)
(4) Have completed a VFR cross country flight as PIC including a flight of at least 540km
(300NM) in the course of which full stop landings at 2 different aerodromes shall be
Applicants for the FI(A) certificate shall have passed a pre-entry flight test with an FI qualified in accordance with FCL.905.FI(i) within the 6 month preceding the start of the course, to assess their ability to undertake the course. This pre-entry flight test shall be based on the proficiency check for the SEP class rating and is not included in the cost of the course.
The FI(A) Training Course
25 hours of teaching and learning
At least 100 hours of theoretical knowledge instruction, including progress tests.
At least 30 hrs of flight instruction, of which 25 hrs shall be dual instruction and 5 hrs may be mutual flying with another FI applicant.
Price of Course : £6,250 includes 125 ground school, 30 hours flight instruction, Lomac membership for the duration of the course,
landing fees, and instrument approaches in to LJLA.
There will be a 10% deposit in advance to book the aircraft and FIC Instructor.
On satisfactory completion of the course the applicant must pass an Instructor Skill Test
with a Flight Instructor Examiner the price of which is not included in the course fee.
A minimum of 2 hours theoretical knowledge training, flying training as required. (Usually 1 – 2 hours).
The applicant for the IRI certificate shall have completed at least 800 hours of flight time under IFR, of which at least 400 shall be in aeroplanes. Under agreement with the CAA a ratio of 4:1 IFR is acceptable so the applicants may start the course with 200 hrs under IFR.
IRI Training Course
The training course for the IRI(A) or IR(R) shall be at least 25 hours of teaching and learning, unless the candidate for the IRI(A) holds an FI(A), 10 hours of theoretical knowledge training and 10 hours of flight instruction on an aeroplane or FNPT II. In the case of an applicant holding an FI(A) certificate these hours are reduced to 5 hours. The instruction for the IRI(A)or IR(R) shall be given by an FI qualified in accordance with FCL 905.FI(i)
Assessment of Competence
The candidate for the IRI(A)or IR(R) shall pass a test in accordance with Subpart 0 of CAP 804. The IRI (A) certificate will be valid for 3 years.
(1) To instruct for the issue, revalidation or renewal of a class or type rating, except for single pilot high performance complex aeroplanes when the privileges sought by the applicant are to fly in single pilot operations.
The privileges of a CRI are restricted to the class or type of aeroplane in which the instructor assessment of competence was taken. The privileges of the CRI shall be extended to further classes or types when the CRI has completed, within the last 12 months
(i) 15 hours flight time as PIC on aeroplanes of the applicable class or type of aeroplane.
(ii) one training flight from the right hand seat under the supervision of another CRI of FI qualified for that class or type occupying the other pilots seat.
CRI Course Prerequisites
An applicant for a CRI single engine shall have completed at least,
(1) 300 hours flight time as a pilot on aeroplanes.
(2) 30 hours as PIC on the applicable class or type of aeroplane.
The CRI Training course. FCL 930
The training courses for the single engine CRI shall include, at least.
(1) 25 hours of teaching and learning instruction.
(2) 10 hours of technical training, including revision of technical knowledge, the preparation of lesson plans and the development of class/simulator instructional skills.
(3) 3 hours of flight instruction on Single engine aeroplanes, given by an FI qualified in accordance with FCL 905 FI (1). The flight training lessons used for the CRI course will be drawn from the FI (A) applicable lesson plans.
The weather in the UK can be unpredictable and the IMC Rating will allow the holder of the rating to fly in the UK only out of site of the surface and in poor weather conditions and poor visibility, and also use the landing and navigational aids at most airports. The course is a minimum of 15hrs and a test with an examiner. At Lomac we have in-house instructors and examiners for the IMC Rating, together with all the relevant study material, that can be obtained at Ops.
The EASA Night Rating can be added to your EASA PPL and will allow you to fly the aircraft at night in VMC Visual Meteorological Conditions.
The Night Rating is a 5hr course, with no test or ground examination involved. Three hours of the course is dual with one of our Night Rating Instructors and one hour of dual night navigation plus five take off and full stop landings at night as the pilot in command.
This rating is a valuable addition to the pilots licence and is usually taught through the winter months or in the hours of darkness any other time of the year.
All prices listed are inclusive of VAT and subject to change without notice – Terms and conditions apply
Ask about our Frequent Flyer Programme – Fly for only £70 per hour for PPL’s or for £95 per hour for Students. The more you fly per month the cheaper it gets!
PA38 (One person)
£90 – (30 mins)
£135 – (60 mins)
PA28/C172 (Two person)
£115 – (30 mins)
£165 – (60 mins)
PA-38 – £135
PA-28 Cherokee (Warrior 161 Engine) – £150
PA-28 Warrior III – £160
PA-28 201T Arrow IV – £250
First Ground Brief (walk around), 5 hours training, 5 landings, 3 Months Membership – £700
Annual – £120
6 Month – £80
Monthly – £20
PA-38 – £155
PA-28 Warrior – £175
PA-28 Warrior – £175
PA-38 – £1,250
PA-28 Cherokee (Warrior 161 Engine) – £1,400
PA-28 Warrior III – £1,550
PA-28 201T Arrow – £2,400
PA-38 – £110
PA-28 Cherokee (Warrior Engine) – £130
PA-28 Warrior III – £140
PA-28RT-201 – £200
PA-38 – £1,100
PA-28 Cherokee (Warrior Engine) – £1,2200
PA-28 Warrior III – £1,300
PA-28-201-T Arrow IV – £1,900
Full Skills – £175
General Skills Test NPPL – £80
Licence Proficiency Test – £80
IMC Flight Test – £100
IMC Written Test – £35
Logbook Check & Signing of Currency – £25
Instructor Hire (private owners) – £45 per hour
PA-28 Cherokee (Warrior Engine) £970
PA-28 Warrior III / C-172 £1,100
(5 x Liverpool lands included)
(15 x Liverpool Touch & Go’s included)
PPL Groundschool – £30 per hour
PPL Written exams – £20 each
5 Hours PA-28RT-201 (5 hours minimum)
£1,250 – (5 hours)
Full course – £6250
Pricing Terms & Conditions
10 hour blocks – must be used within 6 months from date of payment or discount will be lost on remaining account.
Landing Fees Are Extra
PA-38 / PA-28 Cherokee – £16.79
PA-28 Warrior/PA-28RT Arrow – £23.98
Frequent Flyer Programme – a £75 per month Standing Order must be paid before reduced flying rates are applicable. One calendar month notice must be given to cancel the Frequent Flyer Programme.